We were asked not to post him up until the investigation was complete, and the charges filed.
Then at the age of 41, he joins the ATF, one busy guy if you ask me!
Here is a picture of one of his fake SEAL certificates, we also verified through Don Shipley that this guy has never seen BUD/s.
Wounded, bleeding and unable to walk, he pulled all of his team to safety.
Only thing is, Mogadishu happened in the early 90’s, and he claims to have been promoted to Cpt before then, but the citation below has him as a LT.
Brent was brought to our attention by an ex, whom we will not name out of concern for her safety.
He began with his elaborate tale’s of being a SEAL soon after they met, and even sent an email to her from a fake buddy to make himself look good.
Jozwiak produced fake discharge paperwork in 2014 to get U. Department of Veterans Affairs pension benefits intended for low-income wartime veterans.
Welcome to The Intel, a blog examining the hot military news of the day Jozwiak pleaded guilty and was sentenced late last week to more than four years in prison, the U. Jozwiak's federal public defender didn't immediately return a call for comment Tuesday. He's been arrested over 120 times in multiple states," Toepfer said, adding that Jozwiak has had "literally dozens and dozens" of theft-related convictions. "He was particularly public in how he did it," Toepfer said.
A 68-year-old Wisconsin man who falsely claimed to be a Navy SEAL wounded four times in Vietnam has been sentenced to four years in prison for theft and faking paperwork. All -- including the four Purple Hearts for combat injuries -- were totally false, according to the U. Attorney's office for the northern district of Ohio.
In 2014, Jozwiak submitted a discharge certificate that claimed he served as a Navy SEAL from 1965 to 1968 and was awarded the Bronze Star and Purple Heart.
The discovery is believed to have been made by a dog walker.